SENDIASS - Staffordshire Family Partnership
We provide an impartial and confidential service on matters relating to a child or young person’s special educational needs or disability from birth to 25 years. We are the Information, Advice and Support Service for Staffordshire.
The video below explains all of the support on offer from an Information, Advice and Support Service.
Who can use our service?
We offer a service to parents, carers, children and young people.
What information, advice and support do we offer?
We offer accurate, up to date and impartial information about the law on special educational needs and disabilities. This covers:
- Education, health and social care
- National and local policy
- The Local Offer
- Your rights and choices
- Your opportunities to participate
- Where you can find help and advice
- How you can access this support
- Help when things go wrong
We provide information in many ways, including our website, social media, publications, our Staffordshire Umbrella Network (SUN) group meetings and other events.
Are there any costs?
No, the service is free.
How can I refer?
Please contact us on:
Phone: 01785 356 921
What happens when I come to the service?
We will listen to your concerns and talk you through the options.
Sometimes information alone is not enough. You may want help to gather information, make sense of it and apply it to your own situation. We offer this advice by email, on the telephone, face to face and through work with groups or in training.
We can offer more intensive support if you need it. This can include helping with letters, attending meetings with you or supporting you in discussions with the local authority, school or other setting. We can also offer support from one of our volunteers.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- SENDIASS - Staffordshire Family Partnership
- 01785 356921 01785 356921 07891 599 662 07891 599 662
- SEND IASS - Staffordshire Family Partnership
- Scan to visit this website
- SEND IASS Facebook page
- There is no cost.
- Referral Details
No referral necessary. Parents can ring our helpline number on 01785 356 921. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you.